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LINGUIST List 19.3267

Tue Oct 28 2008

Confs: Applied Linguistics, Computational Linguistics/Denmark

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        1.    Tine Lassen, SIABO PhD School: Ontology & Lexicon

Message 1: SIABO PhD School: Ontology & Lexicon
Date: 27-Oct-2008
From: Tine Lassen <tine.lassentdcadsl.dk>
Subject: SIABO PhD School: Ontology & Lexicon
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SIABO PhD School: Ontology & Lexicon
Short Title: SIABO

Date: 01-Dec-2008 - 04-Dec-2008
Location: Copenhagen, Denmark
Contact: Tine Lassen
Contact Email: tine.lassentdcadsl.dk
Meeting URL: http://uk.cbs.dk/forskning_viden/konferencer/siabo

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; Computational Linguistics

Meeting Description:

Semantic Information Access through Biomedical Ontologies (SIABO) PhD School:
Ontology & Lexicon - Theory and Applications

December 1-4, 2008
Copenhagen Business School
Dalgas Have 15
Copenhagen Denmark


The SIABO Project (http://siabo.dk/) invites participants to submit applications
for participation in the international PhD School on ''Ontology & Lexicon -
Theory and Applications'' held at Copenhagen Business School December 1-4, 2008.
The course is intended for PhD students in Computational Linguistics,
Linguistics, Computer Science, Ontologies, Concept analysis and Terminology.

Key Themes:

The relationship between ontologies, lexicon, linguistic description, and
linguistic resources

The relationship between top ontologies and domain ontologies

Ontologies, events and entities

Applications of ontology-based approaches to language

Participation is free of charge.

Course lecturers:

Alessandro Lenci
Andrea Schalley

Seminar speakers:

Alessandro Lenci
Andrea Schalley
Dietmar Zaefferer
The SIABO Research Group
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